Securing Spring

From Spring in Action, Fifth Edition by Craig Walls

Security is essential to development, and it’s better to treat it as a concern rather than as a feature or add-on. This article, taken from chapter 4 of Spring in Action, Fifth Edition, discusses securing Spring.

Getting Started with Scala


From Get Programming with Scala
By Daniela Sfregola

The Definitive Guide to Spring


From Spring in Action, Fifth Edition
By Craig Walls

Creating and Using an Observable with RxJava

From Modern Java in Action
By Raoul-Gabriel Urma, Mario Fusco, and Alan Mycroft

DSL with Lambdas: A specific language for your domain

From Modern Java in Action by Raoul-Gabriel Urma, Mario Fusco, and Alan Mycroft

In this article, you will learn about DSL with Lambdas, the pros and cons of DSLs, and the different DSL solutions on JVM.

The Guide to Testing Microservices in Java


From Testing Java Microservices

By Alex Soto Bueno, Jason Porter and Andy Gumbrecht

Java Microservices and JeAS

From Enterprise Java Microservices by Ken Finnigan

Just enough Application Server (JeAS) is a term has been used on occasion over the years, but usually in relation to customizing a full application server by removing functionality manually. Only with the popularity of microservices has JeAS become crucial for Enterprise Java. This article talks about what JeAS means and some of its benefits.

Creating RESTFul Endpoints with JAX-RS for a Simple Microservice.

From Enterprise Java Microservices
By Ken Finnigan


Compiler-Generated Methods: data classes and class delegation

From Kotlin in Action by Dmitry Jemerov and Svetlana Isakova

The Java platform defines several methods that need to be present in many classes and are usually implemented in a mechanical way, such as equalshashCode, and toString. Fortunately, Java IDEs can automate the generation of these methods, and you usually don’t need to write them by hand. In this case, your codebase contains the boilerplate code. The Kotlin compiler takes a further step: it can perform the mechanical code generation, behind the scenes, without cluttering your source code files with the results.

Controlling your Configuration in the Cloud with Spring Cloud Config

From Spring Microservices in Action by John Carnell

This article discusses controlling service configuration using Spring Cloud Config.

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